What are you listening to?

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I listened to it, I never absorb the words to any song unless I’ve heard it so many times that the words get brainwashed into me.
Truth be told, I am slightly tone deaf.
Not deaf, I hear people speaking just fine, but with the “spell” sounds of instruments, I lose the voices as my body becomes enchanted by the spells. Some enchantments work for some people, other enchantments work for others.

Anyways, this is a spell of melancholy. Again, I did not truly hear much of what he sang, I only felt the spells vibrations in my spirit.

Ive said it before and I’ll say it again, satan makes the best music(spells,) even God said so Himself, that He created Lucifer that way.
That’s interesting... I found the music (not the lyrics) to be more relaxing than melancholy.

To me, this would be considered melancholy:

 





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For a home schooled, vegan, red belted in Taekwondo family band they certainly knock this Metallica number right out of the park.


You won't see many 16 year old girls being able to sing a Ronnie Dio song but gee this one can.


Appearing at Santa Monica pier each weekend. A very talented bunch.


*Disclaimer* I am fully aware there were more devil horns flashed in the crowd than you'd find at a Luciferean convention.....I feel this was just people displaying learned behaviours as opposed to being openly satanic.
 





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Death Cab for Cutie's Transatlanticism. Their best. However, I cannot bear "Tiny Vessels" and always skip it. It's heartbreakingly sad.


This came on after and kinda digging it. Similar to Explosions in the Sky.

 





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